Shapiro’s comments roused Twitter’s entire supply of historians (never a good move).
The song of the summer is an unapologetic ode to female sexuality — so, naturally, the pundit had something to say.
“Let’s not make any mistake — if she were a very good soccer player and she were not a very outspoken lesbian, she would be getting fewer contracts.”
“Alt-right leader Ben Shapiro and his band of fascist goons protest a peaceful LGTBQ pride parade in LA,” a fake photo was captioned.
Shapiro’s writing “bridged the gap to the notorious white supremacist and anti-Semitic propaganda site Stormfront.”
“[This interview] is a way for you to make a quick buck on BBC off the fact that I’m popular and no one has heard of you.”
AOC and the “alt-right” agree on few issues, but one of them is their joint dislike of Ben Shapiro.
The 35-year-old Jewish commentator thanked local and federal law enforcement agencies for quickly handling his complaint.
Shapiro: “If you lump me in with people who are so evil I literally hire security to walk me to shul on Shabbat, you can go straight to hell.”
“Following one of our ads being read in a venue we did not endorse, we have chosen to discontinue our advertising relationship with this show.”